McLaren F1 shareholder Mansour Ojjeh dies aged 68

McLaren confirmed in a statement on Sunday morning that the Swiss-born businessman died in Geneva surrounded by his family.
While Ojjeh was most famously known in F1 circles for his decades long involvement with McLaren, his first entry in the sport actually began with Williams.
His father established the Techniques d’Avant Garde (TAG) investment firm which became a backer of Williams in …Keep reading



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